Sentence Examples

  • This has been done with the laudable aim of keeping the cost down.
  • The tourist threat is often couched in high sounding good intentions which may well appear credible even laudable to the average person.
  • On first reading it appears to be a laudable attempt to establish good water quality standards and protect groundwater.
  • These changes are being brought in with the laudable aim of letting the public know more about what is done in their name.
  • Not for them Wolf Tone 's laudable ambition to unite Catholic, Protestant and Dissenter under the common name of Irishmen and Irishwomen.

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